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Human colostrum and milk differ in capacity to inhibit lymphocyte reactivity



Human colostrum and milk differ in capacity to inhibit lymphocyte reactivity



Federation Proceedings 40(6): 1810



Colostrum collected at 3-5 days post partum from 2 pre-term and 4 full-term women caused a dose-dependent inhibition of the proliferative action of phytohaemagglutinin and pokeweed mitogen on peripheral blood lymphocytes, a concn. of 0.4 mg/well causing >60% inhibition. The effect was not reversed by the addition of more mitogen.

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